What are FODMAPs?
The carbs that
troubling you


An Acronym that stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides And Polyols, FODMAPs are a group of carbohydrates with the following traits:

  1. Poorly absorbed in the small intestine
  2. Can cause excessive water to be drawn into the intestines
  3. Can become rapidly fermented by bacteria present in the colon, which produces gas

Water and gas build-up can cause bloating, cramps, diarrhea and constipation. By reducing FODMAPs, these digestive symptoms can be minimized in some people.


High‐ and Low‐FODMAP Foods

Select each letter for examples of high‐ and low‐FODMAP foods and ingredients.*

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"At a Glance: FODMAPs and the Low FODMAP Diet"

Impact Your Body

This brief video will help you understand the effect FODMAPs can have on your body and how the Low FODMAP diet may help reduce digestive discomfort.

Learn What Foods to Eliminate

The Low FODMAP diet is an elimination diet that helps you discover foods you may want to avoid. Medical direction is important to ensure serious health issues aren't overlooked. Upon physician or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) approval, start by eliminating foods high in FODMAPs from your diet. After the elimination phase, reintroduce FODMAPs one at a time to distinguish individual FODMAP triggers related to your symptoms.